A ‘drink’ that makes you think
Phùng Thị Hưng, chairwoman of Hà Nội-based Cát Tường Technology Import-Export Co.said her herbicide was safe for humans, crops and biodiversity in general. To prove it, she tilted the bottle in front of the shocked audience and gulped down a few mouthfuls of the herbicide.
What do fairies with wings and halos do? They fly. Or they stand motionless on street corners, wearing masks. Well, sometimes, they might fidget a bit, but not much.
In a story that grabbed a lot of public attention recently, a Grab taxi driver got beaten by a customer over the smell of a dog.
Enough has been written and said about the sad practice of school and college students cheating during their examinations.
An official in the Central Highlands Province of Đắk Lắk has found the perfect way to drive the nation out of poverty, literally.
Residents of Block B of the Tân Mỹ apartment building in HCM City have been upset since Sunday when they were informed that the last elevator would be out of service for 14 days.
Those fluent in Vietnamese had the opportunity to laugh at dozens of huge posters along Hàm Nghi Street and Nguyễn Hoàng Street in Hà Nội’s Nam Từ Liêm District yesterday morning.
Each resident of Đông Cốc Village in the northern province of Bắc Ninh received VNĐ10 million (US$440) after the 200-year-old sưa tree at the communal village house was sold for VNĐ24.5 billion (near $1.1 million) in an auction last August.
T. was walking around the famous Tuyền Lam Lake area in Đà Lạt City when he overheard a group of tourists talking about breaking off some flowering branches of the wild Himalayan Cherry, the city’s famous spring blossom, for taking some photographs.
Last Sunday, a 44-year-old man walked into a bank in HCM City and said he wanted to change US$100,000 into Vietnamese đồng.